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National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS)

Promote excellence in CADs and building information modeling

The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS), through its buildingSMART alliance, publishes standards for structure design. The alliance creates both the United States National CAD Standard® (NCS) and the National Building Information Model Standard™ (NBIMS). The NCS streamlines building design and construction data exchanges, while the NBIMS provides open source standards and guidance for building information modeling. NIBS standards enable you to:

  • Improve process efficacy
  • Simplify design procedures
  • Share designs easily

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